MVUUC offers a variety of opportunities for adult members, visitors and friends to explore spiritual beliefs together and to increase their knowledge and understanding of important religious issues of our time. Several courses are shown under Tapestry of Faith http://www.uua.org/re/tapestry/adults.
A Free Thinkers’ Forum discussion group explores a broad range of social issues and current topics. All are welcome to attend and express their thoughts and opinions in an atmosphere of collegiate inquiry, consideration and exploration. Join the group on the 1st and 3rd Sundays @ 8:45am in the Founders’ Room.
Adult Religious Exploration Book Discussion: Hand to Mouth: Living in Bootstrap America by Linda Tirado. Sunday, February 25 (note the date change) 12:30 PM, Room 3. The book is available from the LA County Library. Laura Mulroy has a limited number of copies for sale–please contact her to purchase one. Here’s a link to an extract from the book: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/sep/21/linda-tirado-poverty-hand-to-mouth-extract Questions? Contact Laura Mulroy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 909-226-6446.
Adult Re Class: “Menu for the Future” March 4 to April 15 – An Adult Re Discussion Course on our food choices. Sundays (no class on April 1) from 12:00 to 1:30 PM, Room 3. Participants in Menu for the Future will:
- Explore food systems and their impacts on culture, society and ecological systems.
- Discuss the importance of our eating habits
- Discover food choices that are good for themselves and that support sustainable food systems
The discussion course book cost will be $17 for the first ten participants to register and pay. Additional course books will cost $30 plus shipping. Contact Laura Mulroy at email@example.com or 909-226-6446 with questions or to register. Checks should be made out to MVUUC.
Adult RE Class: “Spirit of Life” March 6 to May 1 – An Adult RE course on spiritual development. Tuesdays from 7:00 to 8:30 PM in Room 3. Spirit of Life workshops offer participants space, time, and community to explore their Unitarian Universalist spirituality. Each focuses on a different aspect of the spiritual life, framed by the lyrics of Carolyn McDade’s song “Spirit of Life.” Participants are invited to claim an inclusive definition of spirituality and recognize the spiritual aspects of their lives. Reflecting, speaking, and listening are core activities in each workshop. The workshop will be led by Rev. Maggie Yenoki and MVUUC’s Director of Lifespan Religious Exploration Amy Randall. Contact Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org or 909-226-6446 with questions or to sign up.